Southwest Recreation Center: Before and After the Pandemic

Most Florida residents know about Southwest Recreation Center. It’s a 14 000 sq ft facility with beautiful design and numerous amenities. It features lots of sports-related places like basketball courts, cardio rooms, massage therapy, etc. There are several lounges and lockers for visitors, too. Millions of students have used it over the years. Now, after COVID-19, the place is at the early...

American Highways: Roads, Technologies, Iowa Dot Cameras

Driving on Florida expressways, as well as on highways in other states, and on local roads, leads residents of other countries to a state of affection and envy. This happens because these roads are so clean, even, smooth, well-groomed, equipped, and comfortable for the driver and a car. It is possible to say that they are almost perfect. And besides, they are also durable. And the secret here is...

Get Ready to Meet Siesta Key

Siesta Key is located in the southwest of Florida, the USA. It’s in close proximity to Roberts bay and the Gulf of Mexico. Let’s find more about this place and what so special about it. Small facts Before going to Siesta Key or traveling anywhere really, people often check out some basic facts to know what, where, why. Here’s a list of common facts you might find useful: Country – the...

Cedar Key Weather and the Best Places to Visit

We all know about America, and we all certainly heard something about such a beautiful state like Florida. Holidays in Florida are very popular among tourists from all over the world and the citizens of the United States of America themselves. It happens because this is one of the most beautiful states. There is everything you need for a vacation. And Cedar Key is one of the most beautiful places...

What to Take When you Fly from Fort Lauderdale to Key West

The question of what to take in hand luggage when you fly from Fort Lauderdale to Key West is asked by many passengers. Today we will try to answer this question. Maximum Convenience In order not to suffer from pain in the body upon arrival and, having slept, to enjoy new impressions, take care of comfort. For this, take warm socks and slippers with you. It is very uncomfortable to be in shoes...

Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes!

So I have had to postpone the WWI trek. Sadly, my funding didn’t come through and I was left not able to do it. :( But changes are a fact of life, and I had been planning this trek for September, and then planning to do the Camino de Santiago next april. The Camino is a much cheaper proposition, and so I decided to swap them! HOOORAY! So now I shall be a pilgrim on the Way of Saint James! I...

Camino de SANTIAGO day one…

Day one…. Pamplona to Cizur Menor 9km So I did half of my planned walking today. After getting hellishly lost in Pamplona because I followed the pilgrim signs out of town instead of towards the cathedral, I felt like my initial offering of 9 kms was enough to please st. James – note to self. Don’t get lost. If you are following pilgrim signs, they will always lead you out of town. Of my 9...

Day two… The altar of forgiveness…

Cizur Minor to Urtega They say that everything happens for a reason. Maybe my coming on this trek has a purpose… Other than to show me how much pain I can actually be in. God is famous for his desire for suffering, and I am suffering. God…. Am I suffering. Today I got up before first light. Two hours before, because I knew that the altar de Pedron was going to kick my ass…. And kick my ass...

Day three… What the fuck was I thinking???

So they say that day three is the worst day, when everything hits you like a ton of bricks and you generally feel like shit…. And I have to say that they are bang on. There was no getting up early and I certainly wasn’t raring to go. I don’t think I have ever hurt like I hurt in the morning. There wasn’t enough sleep and not enough drugs. Every step was like agony. Knives running through...